The Muckleshoot Tribe has experienced a period of great progress in the past decade. Our commitment to protecting our people and communities brought us through the Tribe’s darkest times and continues to guide us today as we move into a new era of prosperity and empowerment. Our dedication to self-reliance, securing our rights, and upholding our sovereignty has never been stronger.
The Muckleshoot Tribal Council engages with local, state, and federal governments on behalf of our people, and directs investments in our communities and environment to make sure our ways and our people continue.
Since settler contact, the Muckleshoot Indian Tribe's rights to land has changed drastically. Learn about the shaping of the Muckleshoot Reservation and Tribal Lands of the past and present with this interactive tool.
As a sovereign Tribal nation, we actively invest in our community, sustain our environment, and contribute to regional economy. The Muckleshoot Indian Tribe is one of King County’s largest employers, supporting 3,300 direct jobs and providing hundreds of millions of dollars to the regional economy.
The Muckleshoot Indian Tribe is one of King County’s largest employers, supporting 3,300 direct jobs and providing hundreds of millions of dollars to the regional economy. The Tribe also supports environmental protection and enhancements, educational opportunity and social services with highly diversified investments and revenue streams.